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on Monday, July 26, 2010 - 1:19pm

vantec usb 3 adpaterToday, on the bench we have Vantec’s latest adapter. This new adapter allows the end-user to interface an internal hard drive to your computer using the newer and faster USB 3.0. for the average who may not work on computers much may elect to go the route of the enclosure but the geek/IT/system builder out there time is money and we don’t want to spend extra time putting together an enclosure. A simple adapter like this one will save you time and money.

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on Sunday, June 27, 2010 - 4:29pm

scythe usb foot switchScythe’s latest gadget will give your wandering feet something useful to do when sitting in first of the PC. The USB Foot Switch will not replace the mouse or keyboard but it will allow you to assign tasks to a particular application and let your feet do some of the clicking while the finger rest for a few seconds. The USB Foot Switch comes in three different variations: one, two and three paddles.

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on Friday, May 7, 2010 - 3:43am

Scythe KamaConnect PlusThe Scythe KamaConnect Plus is a multi-connect device that can be used to connect many different types of media to your PC externally. An all-in-one product that replaces a USB hub, digital card reader and HDD to USB adapter. Yes, the KamaConnect Plus is aimed at the IT tech or even the techie individual that needs a simple devices to carry around to do the job of the three named previously.

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on Monday, May 3, 2010 - 5:47am

compro ip 70But getting back to the product at hand. Compro has graced us with a new IP security camera. The IP-70 is set to be the ideal solution for streaming the highest quality video from your home or business straight to your laptop, PC or cell phone. What makes the IP-70 a product worth looking at is the ability to dual stream in two different formats to support standard PC viewing as well as cell phone viewing. This is just the beginning of the laundry list of features this little camera has.

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on Saturday, January 30, 2010 - 5:53am

choiix accu mouseToday we will be bring you a cute little review. This review will be on the Coolermaster Choiix Accu-Mouse. When I first since the two little booger the first thing that I could think of is how cute. If you noticed I did say two. Choiix make a standard cordless and a wireless model. And we recieve them both. Choiix designed them for those that work with smaller portables like netbooks and ultra portables. Who knows you may be using one with the new Apple IPad. Read on.

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on Saturday, January 2, 2010 - 5:36pm

Jetart mousepalI like mouse pads. With modern mice, it's easy to get along without one, but I can't for long. I've had big ones, small ones, ones with kittens printed on them, ones with puppies, ones with built-in wrist pads, ones built for gaming and sound dampening mats that weren't made for mice. Fortunately, they're not overly expensive and they last forever. Now, my preference in mouse paddery is definitely leaning toward the gaming side of the spectrum. Yet, gaming pads tend to be larger than normal and are not appropriate for every situation. If you're sitting at a restaurant, sipping coffee and twittering, you don't need a mouse pad to cover your entire table. That's where the JetArt MousePal 2000 comes in. Not small by any stretch of the imagination, it's never going to double as a tablecloth.

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on Thursday, October 8, 2009 - 4:14am

saiphLike to play video games? Hardware is important. Like to play multi-player video games, then hardware becomes even more so. Is your top priority to electronically crush your enemies, see them driven before you and to hear the lamentations of their women? Chances are you probably own the best rig you can afford. When deciding what hardware to buy, most of your checklist should be a no-brainer. Video card? Check. Great CPU, motherboard and memory? Check, check and more check. Most people "in the know" will tell you good gaming peripherals should also be on that list. If you play Real Time Strategy games, you should have a keyboard with a host of programmable keys. If you're into First Person Shooters, then a good mouse is a necessity. However, not just any mouse will do. It has to have more than the standard left and right buttons and scroll wheel. It has to have multiple programmable buttons, quickly respond to your touch and feel right in your hand. But in fact, that's not enough anymore. It should also give you the ability to control its DPI while you're in-game to allow adjustments to your aiming technique on the fly. Ladies, Gentlemen, gamers and site-lurkers: I give you the Saiph 1800 from Mionix. Read on to find out why you might just throw out your current gaming mouse.

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